Cannon Hill home snapped up in less than 24 hours, Coorparoo demolition approved home sells for $1.38M

first_imgThis home at 32 Buena Vista Ave, Coorparoo, was sold for $1.38m and will be demolished.Just a few suburbs over, one buyer purchased 32 Buena Vista Ave, Coorparoo, under the hammer for $1.38 million.The home has already been approved for demolition, which is what the new owner intends to do, according to Place Bulimba sales agent Darcy Lord.“The buyer has been looking for a premium location to build a family home … and wanted to be in a location that, when he builds, the market would see value and not overcapitalise,” he said.“The land reflects not only what is happening in the premium large-home market but as Brisbane being a premier state going though a strong growth period.” The home at 62 Beauvardia St, Cannon Hill.This Cannon Hill home was snapped up for $1.21 million in less than 24 hours.Place Bulimba sales agent Meagan Muir said the buyers had been looking at homes in the area since January and pounced on the 62 Beauvardia St property as soon as it was listed.“The floorplan was perfect because it had a really big open-plan living space, and a fifth bedroom and dedicated bathroom downstairs,” Ms Muir said. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“That’s what really set the house apart and they loved the feel of the home.”last_img read more

Iwobi,others ready to frustrate Liverpool

first_img “People talk a lot about him [Van Dijk], yes he is a great defender but I’ve already dribbled past him,” Richarlison said in an interview with Desimpedidos, per Mirror. “He was chosen as one of the top three in the world as he had an excellent season. But yes, for me there are better defenders.” When asked to name the three defenders he believed to be superior to Van Dijk, Richarlison replied: “Thiago Silva, Marquinhos and Sergio Ramos.” Two international teammates and a defender who is seen as public enemy number one in the eyes of Liverpool fans? We see what you’re doing, Richarlison. The debate between Ramos and Van Dijk has been prominent for some time now and to be fair to the Everton man, siding with the Spaniard is fair game. read also:Eagles’ defeat to Argentina, Algeria were big morale blow – Iwobi But Marquinhos and an aging Silva over the Liverpool man? Not for us. The Merseyside derby on the weekend could see the Reds and Van Dijk edge ever closer to the Premier League title. But thanks to Manchester City’s 3-0 win over Arsenal on Wednesday evening, Liverpool cannot secure the title at the home of their bitter rivals. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Manchester City’s win over Arsenal on Thursday means Liverpool can’t win the Premier League at Everton this weekend. Super Eagles and Everton forward Alex Iwobi reacts after a good strike Still, with two more wins needed to end a 30-year wait, Iwobi and co. will want to further delay the Reds’ coronation for a while longer by securing a positive result in the 236th Merseyside derby. The blue half of this friendly derby haven’t tasted success in this game since a 2-0 win since 2010, a run Carlo Ancelotti will hope to rouse his troops to end on Sunday. Everton striker Richarlison has kickstarted the war of words between the Toffees and Liverpool ahead of Sunday’s Merseyside derby. The Brazilian striker believes there are three defenders in world football who are currently superior to the Reds’ Virgil van Dijk. It’s a bold statement, especially given the fact that the Dutchman was named the PFA Players’ Player of the Year last season and finished second in the 2019 Ballon d’Or rankings. However, Richarlison still isn’t convinced and says he believes there are three defenders still active in the game who are better than Van Dijk. We get the feeling there’s a little bit – sorry, enormous amount – of bias here from Everton’s talisman.last_img read more